Amusement Parks in Endwell


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  • The Fun Warehouse
    Concealed by glowing dividers, combatants creep along the AstroTurf, hunting for a clear shot at an opponent's battle suit. Inside the 6,900-square-foot arena?one of the largest in Syracuse?lasers, black lights, and shadowy corners call to mind a real-life video game or a haunted discotheque. Skirmishes typically run for 15 minutes, pitting the red team and the green team against each other in a tactical contest. During cease-fires, laser combatants can fire quarters into an assortment of arcade games.
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    222 Chapel Dr
    Camillus, NY US
  • Fun Junction
    At Fun Junction, it's okay to battle with your friends—as long as you keep it inside the laser-tag arena. In fact, you can also battle it out with up to 42 strangers during intense games that unfold beneath glowing ultraviolet lights (hint: if you don't want to be easily spotted, don't wear a white shirt). High-octane music soundtracks the action as teammates hunt down opponents and attempt to deactivate their base. After the game, keep the competition going in the arcade.
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    3649 Erie Boulevard East
    Syracuse, NY US
  • Big Don's Wild River Mini Golf
    Big Don is boredom's worst enemy. Located on a large chunk of land in Cicero, Big Don's Wild River Mini Golf wipes out monotony with nine different activities, including miniature golf on an 18-hole course that weaves through a wilderness setting. Groups can trade in their golf clubs for laser tag guns and charge into battle in a 40,000-square-foot arena, or attempt to navigate through the 5,000-square-foot Amaze'n Maze without help from GPS systems or cars that can smell their way home. Even treasure hunters can get their fix while panning for gems in the facility's mining sluice or digging through sand for keepsakes such as fossils, seashells, and exotic coins.
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    8408 Button Rd
    Cicero, NY US
  • Enchanted Forest Water Safari
    Here's a tip for getting acquainted with Enchanted Forest Water Safari, New York's largest water theme park: as soon as you get there, head straight to Sky Ride. The attraction's balloon-like cars soar right above the Paul Bunyan statue (which has stood tall at the park since the 1950s), cresting at a bird's-eye view of the entire grounds. More than 50 attractions, including 32 water rides, spread out in front of riders' eyes, all set amid the trees of Adirondack State Park. A quarter-acre tidal wave pool dominates a lot of that view, as does the Amazon, a 1,000-foot slide that send families soaring along, while other slides reach speeds of up to 30 miles per hour, but not everything here requires an affinity for H2O. Enchanted Forest Water Safari is also home to classic amusement park attractions such as squirt gun games, a scrambler ride, and a ferris wheel. But the most timeless draw here may be the park's performers, who put on circus acts, and Storybook Lane, where more than 20 classic storybook tales come to life.
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    3183 State Route 28
    Old Forge, NY US
  • Elmira Jackals
    The ECHL affiliate of the Ottawa Senators, the Elmira Jackals skated onto the scene in 2000 as a member of the United Hockey League. After a successful seven-year run in the UHL—including a playoff appearance in their very first season—the Jackals moved to the ECHL in 2007–2008, where they've remained since. Although the Jackals are still in hot pursuit of their first Kelly Cup, the team has earned a playoff berth in every season, highlighted by an Eastern Conference regular-season title in 2011–12. Off the ice, the Jackals remain active in the community with efforts led by mascot Blade, who's often spotted mingling with fans at parties, retail stores, and while getting his eyebrows waxed at local spas.
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    155 N Main St.
    Elmira, NY US
  • Cny Jazz Arts Foundation
    Pictures at an Exhibition mates digitally projected visual art with composer Charles Pillow?s modern jazz suite to create a multimedia event that enchants both the eyes and ears. The format for this event was inspired by esteemed Russian composer Modest Mussorgsky, whose iconic 1874 piano suite was sparked by the work of artist and architect Viktor Hartmann. Building on that idea, guest artist Charles Pillow will use musical themes from Mussorgsky to form an original piece, using members of the CNY Jazz Orchestra and adding guitar, harp, and vocalese. Blending this modern piece with visual art provided by the Orange Line Gallery gives this nineteenth century work a twenty-first century feel that pleases music lovers, art enthusiasts, and time-traveling bohemians alike.
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    441 E Washington St
    Syracuse, NY US

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